What's your travel bag setup? (Bag/case/combo)

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By msalejandro1201

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  1. For those that have either the SKB or the club glove which size do you have? I have a Titleist 14 stand bag and was wondering which size I should be looking at in either brand since it is a little larger if a stand bag. Still haven’t decided on a hard or soft case. The only extra items I’d carry with my clubs would be my shoes and maybe a dozen balls or so. TIA
  2. Hotsauce

    Hotsauce
    Georgetown MA

    I use the collegiate version, but have never been a large bag guy. It fit my lightweight Titleist, and two pairs of shoes, with plenty of rooms to spare. I would bet the 14 way stand would fit fine. If you're worried, the larger version will hold it without an issue.
  3. Club glove, stiff arm ,heads wrapped.
    Thinking of getting a club glove carry on, being able to connect the two like a train looks pretty handy.
  4. I have two club glove travel bags and I use a club glove travel on bag for work (airline pilot) I love their products and cannot recommend enough. You can just buy an adapter from club glove to hook on to your current carry on bag or larger checked bag to have your club glove bag work. However Like I said before their luggage bags are awesome and worth the $$.
  5. Tim Cup said:

    Club glove, stiff arm ,heads wrapped.
    Thinking of getting a club glove carry on, being able to connect the two like a train looks pretty handy.

    For some reason my response to your post disappeared... But I love my club glove carry on. I am a pilot and switched to the bag and cannot say enough good things about it. You can get a train reaction adapter strap from club glove that will allow you to hook up your clubs without having to have one of their luggage bags, but I think the bags are worth it. I use both the collegiate and large pro with the Stiff arm and think thats the best set up out there.
  6. Just bought a Club Glove Last Bag large pro which handles my Titleist Players 5 StaDry Stand Bag perfectly.

    I looked at the smaller one in their range of products, but as we have to take full waterproofs to most European destinations I decided on the bigger bag for the added space.

    Other big advantage is that it folds over to save space.
  7. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    I have both a soft Club Glove Collegiate and the SKB Standard. I use the SKB when i know i might have multiple leg flights, overseas, or concerns about baggage handlers. The soft gives me more room so i take it when i need to pack extras that won't fit in my other suitcase or a "check one bag only" flight. Also the SKB fits in the wife's car but not mine so if i have to drive the SLK250 to the airport, the Club Glove just fits in the passenger seat.
  8. Deno

    Deno
    Hawthorne, NJ

    Club Glove. I place irons, putter, and woods upside down in the bag.
  9. Have the new png with 4 wheels, soft side case with stiff arm and its fantastic. Stands upright as you pull or push it with 4 wheels on the ground. So easy to get through busy airports

    Wish Titleist made one
  10. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Ryan G said:

    Have the new png with 4 wheels, soft side case with stiff arm and its fantastic. Stands upright as you pull or push it with 4 wheels on the ground. So easy to get through busy airports

    Wish Titleist made one

    They do......
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  11. Tyler H

    Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

    Ryan G said:

    Have the new png with 4 wheels, soft side case with stiff arm and its fantastic. Stands upright as you pull or push it with 4 wheels on the ground. So easy to get through busy airports

    Wish Titleist made one

    This is just a rebranded Club Glove. This bag only has 2 wheels and is the on that I have trusted with a Stiff Arm for years.

    TH
  12. Jim C

    Jim C
    Braintree, MA

    Like others, Club Glove Collegiate and Stiff Arm with towels wrapped around iron heads. The pro at my club also recommends removing the heads off my driver, 3w and hybrid and carrying those in carry on.
  13. Ryan R

    Ryan R
    Charlottetown, PE

    Great post,
    I have the Titleist Travel Bag that Chuck Z showed and was wondering if there would be any concerns with taking my Scotty Cameron carry bag that was included in last year's Club Cameron Membership as opposed to my Titleist stand bag? By using a smaller golf bag, I could put everything in the travel bag and not have to worry about checking an additional bag. Just not sure if the SC carry bag will provide enough protection...

    Thanks,
    RR
  14. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Ryan R said:

    Great post,
    I have the Titleist Travel Bag that Chuck Z showed and was wondering if there would be any concerns with taking my Scotty Cameron carry bag that was included in last year's Club Cameron Membership as opposed to my Titleist stand bag? By using a smaller golf bag, I could put everything in the travel bag and not have to worry about checking an additional bag. Just not sure if the SC carry bag will provide enough protection...

    Thanks,
    RR

    Also check the airline policy of the carrier you are flying with. Some say the bag has to be limited to clubs, one pair of shoes, and a dozen balls. I have never had a bag "rejected" for extra items like a rain suit, especially since mine stays under the 50LB threshold but too much other stuff might get you an overage fee, or worse, doesn't end up at your destination.
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